In the last three general elections – 2004, 2006, and 2008 — young . of voters ( 25%) 18-29 say someone contacted them in person or by.
young-adult voting has been in the past, particularly . 65 years and over. 45 to 64 years. 25 to 44 years. 18 to 24 years. 2012. 2008. 2004. 2000. 1996. 1992.
Voting rates among young adults fell to 38.0 percent in 2012 from 44.3 percent in 2008 following increases in two consecutive presidential.
While young people increased their turnout significantly in 2008, older adults voted at lower rates than in 2004 and only slightly above their.
The youth vote in the United States is the cohort of 18- to 24-year-olds as a voting demographic Recently, in the 2008 U.S. Presidential election, the number of youth voters tripled and . If a potential voter is not able to vote in person on Election Day or during the early voting period, they may request an absentee ballot.